Touring in Shenzhen series from Alden

Posted on Monday, May 4th, 2015 in Hacker Camp Shenzhen, Shenzhen by DP


Alden over at TenMileSquare posted the next Shenzhen blog post in the series.  This second post of a series discussed about Shenzhen as an Electronics Ecosystem:

In our previous post we talked about the markets of Shenzhen. But the markets are just the most visible part of the Shenzhen electronics ecosystem. Other major parts include factories, logistics, finance, recycling, and in-country agents. Taken together these provide a rich set of skills, capabilities and relationships that make the whole thing go.

If you missed the first post, check out the Intro to Shenzhen, China.

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4 Responses to “Touring in Shenzhen series from Alden”

  1. Alexander says:

    Do you have pictures of the DirtyPCB’s factory? I’m really curious what this looks like and how they manage to deliver their really nice service at these low prices.


  2. Michael says:

    Hi, I missed #5 but I’m heading to SZ soon. When do you plan on Hacker camp #6?

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